The GMEX Biblical Research Collaboration provides instruction in biblical research. Additionally, it provides opportunity to engage in biblical research that has immediate ramifications on everyday life.
This type of research
At the end of your study, your findings will be published in Grace EXposed - The Journal for Biblical Research. Because of your research, this journal will provide an objective view of Christianity free from denominational, traditional and political misrepresentation.
If the idea of research sounds intimidating, don't fear. We have three tracks of study to ensure you can start at a level best for you.
Those who have advanced research skills will start in The Collaborative. Those who need additional support will either start with Basic Research preparation or Basic Bible preparation.
For those with advanced research skills
Students will engage in the collaborative development of their research focus and begin to develop their individual theses.
Students will collaboratively develop a presentation which represents the collaborative research focus as well as their individual theses.
Students will submit their individual projects for review, revision and publication.
For those who have completed courses of Biblical Instruction but lack research skills
Development in reading, writing, and note taking
Instruction and practice in using sources, annotation and citation
Application of skills utilized in Basic Research Prep
For those who have completed courses in basic research but have not completed courses in biblical Instruction
Study of the Pentateuch
History, Poetry & the Prophets
Matthew, Mark, Luke, John
Acts, Romans, 1 & 2 Corinthians, Galatians, Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians, I & 2 Thessalonians, 1 & 2 Timothy, Titus, Philemon, Hebrews, James, 1 & 2 Peter, Jude
Prices are subject to change. Exact course progression determined by student transcripts